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For Immediate Release

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Insurance Claims Adjustor Sentenced for Felony Theft in Worker’s Comp Conspiracy with Former City Officer

BALTIMORE, MD (August 15, 2007) - Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler announced today that Natalie L. Mack, 40, a former insurance claims adjustor with CompManagement, Inc., was sentenced in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City of stealing approximately $153,000 in fraudulent workers’ compensation checks from CompManagement, Inc. The Honorable John M. Glynn sentenced Mack to a 15 year suspended sentence and five years probation. The court also ordered Mack to perform 500 hours of community service and to pay $153,000 in restitution. Andre Stover, a former Baltimore City police officer, pled guilty to felony theft earlier this year and was sentenced for his part in the conspiracy.

The investigation found that Mack issued over $153,000 in fraudulent disability and medical payment checks to Stover between May, 2003 and April, 2004. Stover admitted to meeting Mack, the CompManagement claims adjustor who handled his workers’ compensation claim, on a street corner outside her office. He then accepted the fraudulent checks, cashed them at a nearby check cashing establishment and returned to split the proceeds with Mack.

Mack’s conviction follows a joint investigation by the Insurance Fraud Division of the Maryland Insurance Administration and the Office of the Attorney General. This matter was referred for criminal investigation by the Baltimore City Solicitor’s Office. In making today’s announcement, Attorney General Gansler thanked Assistant Attorney General Emmet Davitt for his work on the case.

   

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